A young family has been left "shocked and disgusted" after their newly-installed CCTV caught a man WEEING on their recycling

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Published on October 16, 2019 - Duration: 02:06s

A young family has been left "shocked and disgusted" after their newly-installed CCTV caught a man WEEING on their recycling

A young family fed up of someone WEEING on their recycling bin installed a camera - and caught this bloke red-handed.Jasmine and Muhammed Saqib claim their home has been the site of indecent attacks for almost two months.The couple, who have three small children, decided to set up a camera to find out what was happening after repeatedly smelling urine - and were appalled by what they saw.Healthcare worker Jasmine, 26, of Chard, Somerset, says the film captured a man having an epic wee on their bin.She said: "It has been happening for about six or seven weeks, that's why we put the camera up."To be honest, when I saw it on the camera footage, I was totally shocked and disgusted."I have three small children.

What if they had seen it, because it was around 10.47am on a Sunday?"Luckily they didn't, but that isn't the point.

It just shows he has no respect for anyone or anyone's property."The video clip shows a man with very short hair arriving outside the Saqib's home on Sunday (October 13).He moves a recycling bin before turning away from the camera and appearing to urinate all over it.He then appears to pick up a plastic bottle and throw it at the bin before leaving.Security worker Muhammed, 24, said: "We put the camera up and got someone four days later."You could smell the urine as you walked out of the front door.

I had to clear it up a couple of times.

We knew someone was doing it on purpose."The footage was then passed to the police who confirmed they were investigating the foul act.A spokesman for the Avon and Somerset Constabulary said: "We received a call from a householder in Holyrood Street in Chard about a public order incident."This happened at about 10.45am on Sunday (October 13)."The suspect removed a bottle from a bin and smashed it and then has urinated in the area.

Police enquiries into the incident are continuing."


A young family has been left "shocked and disgusted" after their newly-installed CCTV caught a man WEEING on their recycling

A young family fed up of someone WEEING on their recycling bin installed a camera - and caught this bloke red-handed.Jasmine and Muhammed Saqib claim their home has been the site of indecent attacks for almost two months.The couple, who have three small children, decided to set up a camera to find out what was happening after repeatedly smelling urine - and were appalled by what they saw.Healthcare worker Jasmine, 26, of Chard, Somerset, says the film captured a man having an epic wee on their bin.She said: "It has been happening for about six or seven weeks, that's why we put the camera up."To be honest, when I saw it on the camera footage, I was totally shocked and disgusted."I have three small children.

What if they had seen it, because it was around 10.47am on a Sunday?"Luckily they didn't, but that isn't the point.

It just shows he has no respect for anyone or anyone's property."The video clip shows a man with very short hair arriving outside the Saqib's home on Sunday (October 13).He moves a recycling bin before turning away from the camera and appearing to urinate all over it.He then appears to pick up a plastic bottle and throw it at the bin before leaving.Security worker Muhammed, 24, said: "We put the camera up and got someone four days later."You could smell the urine as you walked out of the front door.

I had to clear it up a couple of times.

We knew someone was doing it on purpose."The footage was then passed to the police who confirmed they were investigating the foul act.A spokesman for the Avon and Somerset Constabulary said: "We received a call from a householder in Holyrood Street in Chard about a public order incident."This happened at about 10.45am on Sunday (October 13)."The suspect removed a bottle from a bin and smashed it and then has urinated in the area.

Police enquiries into the incident are continuing."

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